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    Accreditation-Recognition of the Jewish Museum of Greece by the Ministry of Culture and Sports

    The Jewish Museum of Greece announces with great pleasure and honour that its application for recognition-certification submitted a few months ago to the Museums’...

    The JMG launches upgrated digital app

    “The Jews of Greece: 2,300 Years of History and Tradition”. Renewed and updated interactive app featuring archival material and presenting the history of Greek Jews since late antiquity. Enjoy it.

    Academy of Athens Award for the JMG’s new academic publication

    Press Release Academy of Athens Award for the Corpus Inscriptionum Judaicarum Graeciae Corpus of Jewish and Hebrew Inscriptions from Mainland and Island Greece (late 4th c. BCE–15th century) The Jewish Museum...

    «Like nails must the words be hammered». The Oral History Archive of the Jewish...

    Press Release The Jewish Museum of Greece presents its periodic exhibition «Like nails must the words be hammered». The Oral History Archive of the...

    Inauguration of a new display case dedicated to the Jews of Crete

    Press Release The Jewish Museum of Greece cordially invites you on Monday 15 April 2019, to the inauguration of a new display case that...

    Presentation of the Corpus Inscriptionum Judaicarum Graeciae (CIJG)

    On Monday 8 October 2018, the Jewish Museum of Greece (JMG) presented its new academic publication, entitled, “Corpus Inscriptionum Judaicarum Graeciae (CIJG): Corpus of...

    “Athens 1940 – 1944. The city and its people. War, Occupation, Resistance, Liberation”, 2018

    The Jewish Museum of Greece participates for one more year in the organized events of "Athens 1940 - 1944. The city and its people. War,...

    The Jewish Museum of Greece will remain closed

    The Jewish Museum of Greece will remain closed on Wednesday 19 September 2018 due to Yiom Kippur.

    The Crocus Project

    The Crocus Project was launched in Ireland in 2005 by HETI. It is intended for pupils aged 11 years and over. HETI provides schools with...

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